12th AP Calculus

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find the dy/dx of:

y=3(cscx)^3/2

  • 12th AP Calculus -

    First you do powers.

    3(csc(x))^1/2

    Then trig.

    The final:

    -3(csc(x))^1/2 *(csc(x)cot(x))

  • 12th AP Calculus -

    thank u for helping

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